Dona Chikaraishi

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Development, catecholamines
Website:
http://www.neuro.duke.edu/faculty/chikaraishi/index.html
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Parents

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Norman Weiner research scientist 1983-1984 CU Boulder

Children

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William W. Rubin grad student 2000 Duke
Laura J. Lewis-Tuffin grad student 2002 Duke
Margie A. Ream grad student 2008 Duke
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Ream MA, Chandra R, Peavey M, et al. (2008) High oxygen prevents fetal lethality due to lack of catecholamines. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 295: R942-53
Ream M, Ray AM, Chandra R, et al. (2008) Early fetal hypoxia leads to growth restriction and myocardial thinning. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 295: R583-95
Kelly BB, Hedlund E, Kim C, et al. (2006) A tyrosine hydroxylase-yellow fluorescent protein knock-in reporter system labeling dopaminergic neurons reveals potential regulatory role for the first intron of the rodent tyrosine hydroxylase gene. Neuroscience. 142: 343-54
Chandra R, Portbury AL, Ray A, et al. (2006) Beta1-adrenergic receptors maintain fetal heart rate and survival. Biology of the Neonate. 89: 147-58
Osterhout CA, Sterling CR, Chikaraishi DM, et al. (2005) Induction of tyrosine hydroxylase in the locus coeruleus of transgenic mice in response to stress or nicotine treatment: lack of activation of tyrosine hydroxylase promoter activity. Journal of Neurochemistry. 94: 731-41
Marchand JE, Yang X, Chikaraishi D, et al. (2004) Olfactory receptor gene expression in tiger salamander olfactory epithelium. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 474: 453-67
Lewis-Tuffin LJ, Quinn PG, Chikaraishi DM. (2004) Tyrosine hydroxylase transcription depends primarily on cAMP response element activity, regardless of the type of inducing stimulus. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 25: 536-47
Portbury AL, Chandra R, Groelle M, et al. (2003) Catecholamines act via a beta-adrenergic receptor to maintain fetal heart rate and survival. American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 284: H2069-77
Horton CD, Qi Y, Chikaraishi D, et al. (2001) Neurotrophin-3 mediates the autocrine survival of the catecholaminergic CAD CNS neuronal cell line. Journal of Neurochemistry. 76: 201-9
Schimmel JJ, Crews L, Roffler-Tarlov S, et al. (1999) 4.5 kb of the rat tyrosine hydroxylase 5' flanking sequence directs tissue specific expression during development and contains consensus sites for multiple transcription factors. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 74: 1-14
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